The world of graphic design has been expanding exponentially over the last couple of decade when it comes to empowering designers with amazing tools. One that has never really grown out of its simplistic niche is MS Paint. Just because it’s simple doesn’t mean that it can’t be powerful in the right hands. In this… Continue reading 98-year-old uses MS Paint to bring his art alive
It’s a digital age. The worlds of advertising, branding, and art are all flooded with creative people trying to make their mark in the realm of graphic design. How can one tell whether they have what it takes to join this world? In the flowchart below by Sikich, the answer to that question becomes a… Continue reading Do you have what it takes to be a graphic designer?
Designing a startup logo is as important as an impactful mission statement. It embodies the identity of a company, conveys its purpose and soul. A well-defined logo should be a snapshot of what a startup is all about. From the typeface to the borders and color schemes, it all counts. Whether a startup is beginning… Continue reading Top 5 startup logos
When Antrepo was looking at vintage 30 mm cameras from Japan’s dominant gadget days of the 70s and 80s, they noticed a common theme in the logos. They all seemed to use the same style for the typography – a line-based format with extended outline fonts. In a modern twist, they took 20 major brands… Continue reading 20 vintage Made in Japan logos for a modern age
Every business needs graphic design. Why? Because almost everything requires it. You want to have a eye catching website for your company? Then you need a good graphic designer. You want to create eye catching advertisements? Then you need a graphic designer. I could keep on going but you get the point. Whether you have… Continue reading Graphic design is good for business
Wacom is the undisputed leader in making tools that allow freehand art to become digital graphics. However, Wacom tablets don’t replicate the same feel as sketching on a pad of paper. After all, pen (or pencil) and paper is more for fluid and portable than a bulky Wacom tablet. However, with Wacom’s new Inkling, digital… Continue reading Inkling sends freehand sketches to your computer